With our long daylight hours and spectacular views, hiking is a favorite pastime among Alaskans, and there’s nothing like the prospect of a long, meandering trail to pique our interest. In that vein, we thought we’d put together a description of a few of our favorite long day hikes, easily [...]
It’s called “sun guilt.” For Alaskans, staying inside on a sunny day leads to feelings of guilt, shame, and dread. It’s akin to wearing your shoes inside the house: it’s just not done. Instead, more often, we abide by the mantra that we can “never waste a sunny day.” [...]
We are announcing a few changes in our operating schedule and our cancellation policy today. This information is current as of May 30, 2020. Current Operations We are now open, and so is the state of Alaska! Both the state and the Municipality of Anchorage have mostly lifted the lockdown [...]
The world is strange right now, and in circumstances such as these, sometimes it's helpful to get lost in another story, at least for a bit. Read a book, and forget about the world for a while. Also, March is Women’s History Month, even though it's been overshadowed by [...]
A camper van is, of course, the best way to see Alaska! This week, we’re following up on our last planning article with a few tips that will make planning a trip with kids easier and more fun.
From crossing a gorge in a hand tram to helicopter glacier hiking to meeting Santa’s reindeer, the Wheeler Family made the most of their travel van adventure in Alaska.